emmasneverland:

Georgina Haig on OUaT set (Jul 16th, 2014) (x)

theladyunicorn:

oparu:

picardspajamas:

"she’s really pissed off."

The little last bit there where when she staples his foot to the floor and he realizes she’s going win and he suddenly snaps into good guy ward and out of who he really is, trying to play on her humanity, trying to act like oh now he is sorry, conveniently as he’s about to lose, and she punches him in the throat. And that’s SUPER IMPORTANT.
Because firstly it means he can’t talk anymore. His words have been his greatest weapon so far, they have made him able to manipulate the team. Second because it means he is still conscious. She could have knocked him out but no, she wants him to see this. To see them win, to see Hydra fall.
Apparently ward fans think she used “excessive force” by punching him in the throat when she had already “won.” No, she was doing what needed to be done: stoping him from being able to continue his sick, sick manipulation of the people she loved. Because he preys on people’s humanity and goodness because that’s how Garret trained him. And she knows her team is good and would show mercy if he begged. So she does this for them.

Best explanation of this scene yet

THANK YOU. I really don’t like redeemed!Ward, It just doesn’t seem plausible

chameleonlurks enjoy

americachavez:

do you ever read a fic that is so much better than the actual canon that you get angry

felicitysm0ak:

I’M CRYING!!!!

felicitysm0ak:

I’M CRYING!!!!

castleramblings:

30 Day Castle Meme: Day Nineteen Absolute Favourite Scene: 6x22, Veritas

Fantastic scene. A worthy climax to six seasons worth of story and build-up.

mccall
stilinski
yukimura

“There’s a great scene between Laurel and Felicity in Episode 3 that we never could do in the last two seasons.”

queensarrow:

Marc Guggenheim talks Arrow Ladies and Season 3 with TVLine (x)

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